3M™ Dry Layup Adhesive 2.0

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Sprayable, high-tack and fast-drying synthetic elastomer adhesive

Used for bonding/holding glass fabrics and roving , other reinforcements, and other materials (e.g., flow media) in place during the infusion process

Particle spray pattern and color provide a visual check of spray level for more consistent application

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Highlights
  • Sprayable, high-tack and fast-drying synthetic elastomer adhesive
  • Used for bonding/holding glass fabrics and roving , other reinforcements, and other materials (e.g., flow media) in place during the infusion process
  • Particle spray pattern and color provide a visual check of spray level for more consistent application
  • A substitute for paint in areas of the automotive body that are expensive or difficult to paint

3M™ Dry Layup Adhesive 2.0 is a sprayable, synthetic elastomer based adhesive. Red color allows control of the application level.

Typical Properties

For industrial/occupational use only. Not for consumer sale or use.

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